"If a celebrity does some work, there is more attention. But the audience is very sharp, they understand everything. Whatever goodwill I have earned over the years, I'll (always) take the right advantage of it. I hope many more celebrities do it...the more the better," Aamir told IANS.
The actor is tight-lipped about the topics that he will touch upon in the second season of Satyamev Jayate, which goes on air Sunday with a simulcast in six languages across STAR Plus, STAR World, STAR Pravah, STAR Vijay, Asianet, STAR Utsav and Doordarshan. There will also be a deferred telecast on ETV Telegu.
Asked if he will raise the issue of a 23-year-old woman who was gang-raped in a moving bus by five men and a minor in the capital, Aaamir said: "We don't discuss our topics. So I can't talk about it.
"All I can say is that all our topics are very important and all the topics are such that which you will feel that this is important and timely and it is important to think about this."